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Thread: expand my horizons. Date Feb Posts Is this a valid english phrase? I want to use for educational purposes "During my undergraduate studies in the Department of Informatics Technological Educational Institutions of Athens I have tried to expand my horizons as much as I could".
Date Nov Posts 74, Re: expand my horizons It's Ok, and 'broaden your horizons' can also be used. Date Nov Posts 1, Re: expand my horizons It's a good and valid phrase, meaning that you don't want to stick to what you have been doing for a long time. For example, after I turned 60, I started to learn French, to "broaden my horizon". And, I am going to Paris soon to practice it a bit.Expand your horizons
Re: expand my horizons. Originally Posted by Searching for language.
Not at all. If you have been studying languages, and worked very hard, and then decide that you would also like to study mathematics, you are broadening your horizons.
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